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Housed on the third floor of the Miller School’s magnificent Old Main building and overlooking the lotus pond, the Miller School Library is a place for students to read, think, and learn together. Our print collection is specially tailored to support our curriculum and meet the reading interests of our diverse student body. The MSA fiction and graphic novel collection is always growing and new additions to the library are highlighted in book talks during assembly every couple of weeks. The library is also a research hub with nine computer workstations and a dedicated station for finding and checking out books. The library also features a robust selection of periodicals including digital access to The Washington Post and The New York Times and print subscriptions to The Paris Review, Velo News, Mental Floss, Sports Illustrated, National Geographic, Teen Vogue, Time Magazine and much, much more.
Our newly created Library Portal links to over a hundred and twenty five websites and databases hand-picked by faculty and covering every academic discipline. The Portal gives the students ready access to the World Book Encyclopedia, Expanded Academic ASAP, ProQuest, anddozens of specialized Gale databases covering such topics as Fine Arts and Music, Religion & Philosophy, and Environmental Science. Take a look by clicking the tabs below!
A Community of Libraries
The Miller School Library has a close working-relationship with local academic and public libraries. All students are provided with library cards for the Jefferson Madison Regional Library system giving students access to half a million additional print titles and instant access to thousands of ebooks and audiobooks care of Overdrive, OneClickDigital and Freading. In addition, every year faculty from the history and math department bring upper-level students to the Alderman Library at the University of Virginia to conduct college-level research while still in high school.
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